Flugelhorn Mouthpieces

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No matter what your brass instrument of choice may be, you can't underestimate the importance of choosing a quality mouthpiece. The simple truth is that your tone, range and intonation depend greatly on your mouthpiece's craftsmanship, and flugelhorn mouthpieces are no exception. The good news is that you should have no problem finding a quality flugelhorn mouthpiece on today's music market. Respected mouthpiece manufacturers like Bach, Yamaha, Denis Wick and many others specialize in flugelhorn mouthpieces and they all have choices in this catalog.

With so many options in these pages, you might want to consider checking out the best sellers first. For example, take a look at the Yamaha Bobby Shew Flugelhorn Mouthpiece. Made in collaboration with the flugelhorn extraordinaire himself, this mouthpiece boasts a deep cup and a specially designed backbore. For the dark sound that Shew is so renowned for, this mouthpiece is just the answer.

Another beautifully-crafted mouthpiece is the Flugelhorn Mouthpiece in Gold. Available in many sizes, these mouthpieces produce a particularly rich sound and are large fitting for USA and Japanese instruments. While you're at it, turn your attention to the Back Mega Tone Flugelhorn Mouthpieces. Available in sizes 3C, 7C and 1-1/2C, these mouthpieces also have a slightly larger throat for less resistance and better flexibility. They also have double the mass of ordinary models and are quite popular with jazz and symphonic players.

Ask any professional flugelhorn player and they'll tell you that knowing what mouthpiece is right for you can take time - in fact, some players might even spend years before they find their ideal mouthpiece. For this reason, you might want to try out more than one size. Just keep in mind that every player has their own preferences; the perfect flugelhorn mouthpiece plays smoothly in the upper register and delivers a rich tone in the lower register. And remember, when you're ready to pick up a new flugelhorn mouthpiece, there's a good chance the ideal fit for you is waiting in this section.